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Steam & Cinders 2010 New Zealand International Live Steam Convention, Nelson

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New Zealand steam power - Fran Arts with KA 4-8-4 leads Dennis Searle on his WAB 4-6-4 Part of the large display room in the Nelson Society of Modellers' club house Richard Lockett gets his 7.25” NZR W class 4-6-2 tank engine ready for the road GA line-up of the traction engines which attended the convention
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Rankin Kennedy’s 7.25” model of a NZR Q class shows its American origins Ken McIntyre’s entry in the Les Moore Challenge, this time performing gauge 1 locomotives Les Mouat from Canberra has a drive of Dave Giles’ NZ DXR class locomotive Another Aussie, Hugh Elsol tries out Jim Woods’ Isle of Man 2-4-0
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Frank Stephen from the UK has a run with Mike Orange’s new Phantom loco. The steam plant in Brent Coburn’s beautiful steam launch 'Charlotte' Dave Gile’s large Shay and Gavin McCabe’s Harold Sinclair built 2-6-2 Mike Orange and his magnificent multi-award winning Phantom
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Andrew Harbrow’s Clayton steam wagon with his son in charge Another view of some of the fine traction engines in attendance A very nice 7.25” gauge Union Pacific diesel locomotive Dennis Searle’s very nice 7.25” NZR WAB 4-6-4 tank engine